Dish Cloth

To dream about a dish cloth suggests that you are moving on from the past. You are getting ready for the next thing that comes your way.

Read More

Cloth

(Fabric) Weaving a cloth or hanging it in the open air in a dream means undertaking a long journey. (Also see Wrapping)

Read More

Aztec

Because of the aztecs’ emphasis on warfare, the warrior class was highly valued, and often warriors would volunteer for the most important sacrificial rituals. These were needed because they believed the gods had sacrificed themselves for mankind, that their blood had given man life, and that the sun was nourished with the blood of human […]

Read More

Grapes

Grapes appearing in a dream can represent sacrifice, in the sense of making something sacred. We need to give something up in order to achieve what we are really looking for. Wine is often taken to represent such sacrifice because it has a close religious affiliation with blood and, because of its colour, with blood […]

Read More

Saddle cloth

In a dream, a saddle cloth represents marriage, a judicial or a political appointment, moving to a new house, moving to a new shop, or it could mean travels.

Read More

Wedding

General Meaning: A covenant ritual whereby two become one. Positive: The best illustration we have of this is the wedding of Christ to His bride. The wedding ceremony is in fact a covenant ritual act. • In the Old Testament when two people entered into a blood covenant, they would do various acts. • Firstly […]

Read More

Wash Cloth

To see or use a wash cloth in your dream suggests that you need to deal with your emotions and find some sort of resolution in order to move forward in your life. Find some way to vent your feelings – by journaling or confiding in a friend or counselor – so you can get […]

Read More

Tablecloth

1. A good omen for prosperity and social activities. 2. Domestic disharmony, unhappiness, especially if the cloth is dirty. 3. Family secrets or denials.

Read More

Head-cloth or Odhni

A wife’s head-cloth (ie. Odhni, scarf etc.). izaar, or burqa represents her husband. Any excellence or defect seen in any of the above is a reflection of a similar excellence or defect in her husband.

Read More

A Wife’s Garments

If a person sees himself as sewing or joining his wife’s garments or burqa or head-cloth, it means he will quarrel with her and she is turn will come to find out all that his relatives know

Read More